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Gentle Giant made the Empire classy with these faux marble bookends of Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper. Each bookend stands 6.5″ tall and is made of polystone and hand-painted. They’re built on a 90º angle so you can use them on either side of your shelf.
Wubba-lubba-bookworms! Hold your tomes in place with BoxLunch’s exclusive Rick and Morty Portal Bookends. One half sees Rick running through the familiar green portal while poor Morty is slightly left behind on the other half.
The Ancient Jedi Master uses the power of The Force to keep your collection of sci-fi books from tumbling over on your bookshelf. Hallmark’s single metal bookend might not hold a huge library, but is a cool gift for Star Wars fans. (photo: frmacleod/reddit)
Your books will never fall over again guarded by this pair of human skull bookends from UrbanTradingPost. Each one is made from painted cast iron, and weighs more than 3 pounds. The matte black is our fave, but they also come in white, grey, silver, or gloss black.
Transport your books to the tropical planet Scariff with Gentle Giant’s awesome pair of AT-ACT Walker polystone bookends. The walker measures 9.5″ x 5″ x 12″ when both halves are together. Each pair is hand-painted and individually numbered.
Artist Garth Borovicka hand makes these beautiful and substantial bookends from layers of wood whose rings symbolize the gradual passage of time on our planet, each topped off by a tiny diorama representing varied ecosystems.
The perfect bookend for all your old cowboy books, this cast resin weapon is based on a vintage revolver, embellished with intricate flourishes. Buy two and have an old-fashioned shootout between the ends of your bookshelf.
A pair of bookends made from two-thirds of a skateboard, complete with screws, trucks and wheels. You can also just get the tail. Available in four colors, but strangely, red isn’t currently an option.
Protect your George R.R. Martin collection with a pair of direwolves, sitting patiently by to scare off all who dare to try and swipe your books. Based on the wolves who guard the crypts at Winterfell.